Justin Fields' comments reveal why Caleb Williams is doomed with Bears

This is hilarious for the Packers.
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Caleb Williams hasn't completed an NFL pass, but Chicago Bears fans have already crowned him the next great quarterback. Williams has the talent to become a superstar, but Bears fans act like he has already won three Super Bowls.

Green Bay Packers fans have heard it all before. Remember when Mitch Trubisky was about to "take over the NFC North?"

The Packers understand how to draft and develop quarterbacks. Having gone from Hall of Famer to Hall of Famer, it appears they have developed another superstar with Jordan Love. He has a lot to prove before becoming a Hall of Famer, but he will soon become one of the highest-paid quarterbacks in the NFL.

It's a different story for the Bears. Many talented quarterbacks with All-Pro potential have failed to meet expectations in Chicago.

Packers fans can only laugh as Justin Fields takes a shot at the Bears

Are we sure Williams is guaranteed to become the franchise quarterback the Bears have been searching for? To be fair to general manager Ryan Poles, he has surrounded Williams with plenty of talent, adding Keenan Allen, Rome Odunze, and D'Andre Swift this offseason.

However, former Bears quarterback Justin Fields appeared to take a shot at the team's culture.

"Me being in two different places now, I realize you don't get this culture everywhere," said Fields during the Pittsburgh Steelers' minicamp.

The Steelers share similarities to the Packers. They have consistently found success by drafting and developing, and Fields has noticed the difference between the two teams' cultures.

And that's exactly why Williams isn't guaranteed to succeed.

The Bears haven't been able to develop quarterbacks. They believed Fields would become an All-Pro, but they didn't put him in the best position to succeed, and moved on after only three seasons. Jordan Love only started one game in his first three seasons—Green Bay gave him time to sit and learn.

Williams will be expected to play at a high level from Day 1. Have the Bears changed? Is Williams so talented that he can overcome any challenges previous Bears quarterbacks faced?

Perhaps. But we'll believe it when we see it. The Bears could have finally solved their quarterback problem, but history suggests otherwise.

And Fields' comments are notable.

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